URBAN LANDSCAPE IN PUBLIC PLACES OF DENSE BUILT AREA
The presence of vegetation in urbanized places is punctual or accidental; for this reason it requires a proper analysis of the situation and a proper planning. In the highly urbanized places of the city, the vegetation is competing with the commercial posts and banners. The persisting character of vegetation and its poor maintenance in the urban landscape can represent other factors that led to few green spaces in these areas. Due to these unfortunate events, we considered an opportunity to adopt new solutions for increasing the vegetation surfaces, in agreement with the norms of the EC which stipulate that vegetation area/inhabitant must reach 26 m2/inhabitant till 2010. Due to the mentioned above situation the presence of vegetation in urban areas is compulsory for its beneficial effects, which assume certain balance in the final urban landscape.
Dumitras, A., Mazăre, G., Damian, A., Pop, P., Zaharia, D., Oroian, I. and Ilca-Suciu, T. (2010). URBAN LANDSCAPE IN PUBLIC PLACES OF DENSE BUILT AREA. Acta Hortic. 881, 1081-1084
green screen, pergolas, trellis, vegetation, highly urbanized places, urban esthetics and equilibrum